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The Federal Communications Commission’s decision last week to allow easier consolidation of the mass media has many First Amendment advocates expressing the fear that fewer media owners could mean fewer media “voices.”
ISLAMABAD - Taliban militants ambushed a convoy of vehicles carrying at least 400 students, staff and relatives from a boys' school Monday, taking dozens - possibly hundreds - captive in northwestern Pakistan, officials said.
Scottsdale and Tempe voters received a piece of mail in June that looked suspiciously like a political campaign brochure from Rep. Harry Mitchell, D-Ariz.
I happened upon your Sept. 2, 2012 issue of East Valley Tribune Sunday. Thank you for the laugh! Really. “Is Tea Party Losing Influence” is the lead story?
While mainstream media demonize illegal immigrants, Spanish-language media are creating "an atmosphere of fear" by repeatedly covering family members being torn away from loved ones, an expert in immigration policy said Tuesday.
New federal rules that would allow a single company to own newspapers and broadcast outlets in the same market are on hold for now while pressure is building for a congressional veto showdown with President Bush.
TUCSON — The city shaken by a shooting rampage that killed six people and left more than a dozen injured came together at a church Tuesday to mourn the victims, including 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green, who sang in the choir.
As soon as firearms dealer Greg Wolff heard news of the mass shooting in Tucson, he knew what was about to unfold: Gun sales would skyrocket.
When Rebecca Bever and Jessica Testa would sit in the car on their way from the studio of KJZZ (91.5 FM), National Public Radio, they would often laugh at the irony of being stuck in traffic.
Retha Hill, a professor at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, was awarded a McCormick Foundation New Media Women Entrepreneurs grant to create a mobile application that enables users to learn about black history from their smart phones. Hill's project was one of four winners selected from 576 entries to receive $12,000 each from J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism. The competition is funded by the McCormick Foundation. Two weeks ago, Hill, director of the New Media Innovation Lab at ASU, won a $90,000 Knight News Challenge grant from the Knight Foundation to develop a separate mobile application. That project was the third Knight News Challenge grant associated with the Cronkite School.
Arizona State University on Monday received a $7.5 million grant to direct an experimental digital media program at 12 leading United States universities.
Before acting on the upshot of an Associated Press story in Monday’s Tribune that reported that dark chocolate is actually good for you, it might be important to know that many of the scientific studies such articles are based upon don’t exist in a vacuum.
September 24, 2004
The first physical sign of the Oct. 13 presidential debate in Tempe is rising as Arizona State University starts constructing a $1 million "tent" to house more than 1,000 journalists.
As the media horde that covered the Super Bowl wings its way out of the Valley, a new wave is flocking in to cover Sen. John McCain's election-night speechifying in his hometown today.
The Vatican is launching an iPhone application, and it chose a California priest to deliver the app's inspirational message.
State health officials are urging counties to conduct mass vaccinations at public schools in an effort to get as many children inoculated against the novel H1N1 flu as possible.
Federal judges on Monday gave their approval to procedures used in courts to speed up the processing of illegal immigrants.
Stephanie Kahn wanted to bask in her engagement for a few hours before diving into the task of calling aunts, uncles and good friends with the big news. And even before she could call them, she had a surprise party to attend, one that her fiance had set up for their parents and her "closest group of girlfriends."
As many as 58 civilians may have been killed in a Baghdad market because of U.S. or British bombs or missiles that went awry, and according to one news report, outrage is being vented in newspapers throughout the Arab world.
To no one's surprise, Amaré Stoudemire and Shaquille O'Neal took up residency during Friday's All-Star media day, with media types numbering in the dozens and going three- and four-deep around Sheraton hotel tables in Phoenix.
Al McCoy will receive the 2007 Curt Gowdy Media Award tonight during induction ceremonies at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
In response to Patrick Shepherd's letter claiming media bias by ABC News regarding the flap between Obama and Brewer. Patrick, I would suggest you watch Fox News exclusively, to get the story just the way you want it, every time.
WHERE'S TOM? New England quarterback Tom Brady, left, and coach Bill Belichick talk while the team stretches during practice Jan. 17 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Brady was kept away from the media before and after practice Thursday.
Commuters walk through Zuccotti park past Occupy Wall Street protestors in the financial district in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. The protests have gathered momentum and gained participants in recent days as news of mass arrests and a coordinated media campaign by the protestors have given rise to similar demonstrations around the country. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)